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Pearl Harbor Tour From Honolulu

Highlights
  • See Pearl Harbor’s significant sites on a hassle-free half-day tour
  • Visit the USS Arizona with skip-the-line access and hotel pickup 
  • Experience the Valor in the Pacific National Monument with a small group
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Pearl Harbor Tour From Honolulu
From US$49.50
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From Waikiki
A very fast, easy and hassle-free Pearl Harbor visit. No waiting in a long line to obtain USS Arizona Memorial ticket on your own, Pick up from any hotel in Waikiki.
From US$49.50
From Kahala Hotel
A very fast, easy and hassle-free Pearl Harbor visit. No waiting in a long line to obtain USS Arizona Memorial ticket on your own, Pick up from Kahala hotel.
From US$59.00
From Honolulu Airport
A very fast, easy and hassle-free Pearl Harbor visit. No waiting in a long line to obtain USS Arizona Memorial ticket on your own, Pick up from Honolulu airport.
From US$59.00
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Overview

Experience several of the most significant sites from World War II on a chauffeured half-day tour with convenient hotel or port pickup and drop-off. Visit the Valor of the Pacific National Monument, the USS Arizona and the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, where you’ll receive headsets to hear your guide’s narration clearly. As a bonus, take a drive through historic Honolulu and see the city’s storied structures and sites.

What to Expect
Get picked up at your hotel or cruise ship and ride to Pearl Harbor in a comfortable car. Skip the line with pre-purchased admission tickets, then explore the USS Arizona and Valor in the Pacific National Monument while listening to an informative narration of the Japanese attack in December of 1941. Then, see archived film clips of the attack.

On your return trip, you’ll ride through Honolulu, taking a quick tour of the city’s downtown and learning about its history. See the Iolani Palace, State Capitol, and statue of King Kamehameha before being dropped off back where you were picked up.
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1 - 5 of 23 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Eerie,Humbling,Thankful emotional day

I book this tour in advance with Groupon from Auckland cost for my wife and myself was NZ$78.When we arrived in Waikiki we contacted the tour group and made arrangements to meet the bus about a 5 min walk from the Hilton Garden Inn Hotel...More

Thank whisky774
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great history & experience

Not a long excursion but is an enjoyable one and rich in history. The USS Arizona is not accessible do to maintenance but they do take you out on a boat to view the area.

3  Thank wandering_adventurer
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Nice tour, but the Memorial itself is closed indefinitely...

I booked this trip prior to my arrival in Honolulu, not knowing that the actual memorial would be closed to visitors due to an accident to the dock of the Memorial. Apparently a boat had run into it, deeming it unsafe for guests to off...More

3  Thank Erik P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Humbling and Proud Tour

We're younger (30's) so, it's easy to forget the massive impact of Pearl Harbor. We got our 'free' tickets for 8:15 and ended up staying until mid afternoon looking at the museums and the Bowfin Submarine. The memorial over the US Arizona was closed for...More

Thank carabialek
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Met some friends and went on Sunday.

Been there before, but still was a moving experience. Film prior to the boarding of the launch is excellent. Displays on walking tour before going to the memorial were extremely well done and arranged chronologically so it is good history refresher.

1  Thank Joe S
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Anna D
27 May 2018|
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Response from dmb35L20 | Reviewed this property |
I did just the Pearl Harbour Tour with a 7 am pick up. We weren't able to dock at the monument because of winds, but enjoyed everything else. We were back to our resort (Hale Koa) around noon.
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Carol T
4 May 2018|
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Response from Bill B |
Carol, I just booked this tour myself. The tours start at 7 am and 10 am. Pick up time varies according to where they are picking you up from. They ask that you specify which tour in the special requests section when you... More
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